The publicity/marketing firm of Guttman Associates continues to represent legendary stars and entertainment projects, just as its chief, Dick Guttman, has done for six decades.  He involved himself in the conceptualization and initiation of MIHH in order to help return film production to Hollywood, to make it again the glowing center of the commerce and, especially, the art of motion pictures of classic stature. He is the author of "Starflacker," a memoir which celebrates the artistic fervor and fun of the Golden Age of Hollywood, a Camelot time he hopes the Made in Hollywood Honors will help restore.

Mitch O’Farrell has built a solid reputation of improving the quality of life for constituents in the 13th Council District. His plans include creating opportunities for more affordable housing; reforming City policy to help small, neighborhood businesses drive the local economy; and working with his colleagues, the Mayor, and the entertainment industry to halt runaway production. The Councilmember's district is the most diverse in the city, including the neighborhoods Atwater Village, East Hollywood, Echo Park, Elysian Valley, Glassell Park, Historic Filipinotown, Hollywood, Mid-Wilshire/Koreatown, Rampart Village, and Silver Lake.

About 1600 VINE: 1600 VINE is Home to Hollywood, comprised of 375 luxury apartment homes and townhomes with unparalleled services and amenities at the world-renowned intersection of Hollywood and Vine that create .   Winner of more than 15 Industry Awards, including the 2014 Greater Los Angeles CAA Signature Award Winner for Property of the Year 200-599 units, 1600 VINE has been recognized for its standards of excellence in design, hospitality and integrations within the entertainment, residential and retail industries.

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SAG-AFTRA represents approximately 160,000 actors, announcers, broadcast journalists, dancers, DJs, news writers, news editors, program hosts, puppeteers, recording artists, singers, stunt performers, voiceover artists and other media professionals. SAG-AFTRA members are the faces and voices that entertain and inform America and the world. With national offices in Los Angeles and New York, and local offices nationwide, SAG-AFTRA members work together to secure the strongest protections for media artists into the 21st century and beyond.

The Producers Guild of America is the non-profit trade group that represents, protects and promotes the interests of all members of the producing team in film, television and new media. The PGA has over 7,000 members who work together to protect and improve their careers, the industry and community by facilitating members health benefits, encouraging enforcement of workplace labor laws, the creation of fair and impartial standards for the awarding of producing credits, as well as other education and advocacy efforts. The PGA hosts important industry events including the annual PGA Awards and the Produced By Conference.

Created in 1972, the Film Musicians Secondary Markets Fund (FMSMF) acts as an agent for film and television producers to collect and distribute residual wage payments for musicians performing in film and television motion pictures produced under the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers - American Federation of Musicians collective bargaining agreements. The FMSMF’s mission includes supporting the film and television music community through education and advocacy on behalf of current and aspiring professionals in the film/TV/digital media music community and providing ongoing support of the next generation of film musicians, filmmakers and content creators. 

Teamsters Local 399 represents Drivers, Location Managers, Casting Directors and other workers in the Motion Picture Industry including firms that produce Feature Films, Television Programs, Commercials, and New Media Productions. Since the inception of the Union in the early 1930s, we have upheld a longstanding tradition providing quality service to the Motion Picture and Theatrical Trade Industry. The local works to secure fair wages, jobs and pension and health benefits for all our Members. 

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The California Film Commission (CFC) is a state department within the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development.  It’s tasked with retaining and increasing film, TV, commercial and digital production, as well as still photography, and to see that it continues to create jobs, boost business and grow our state’s economy.  The CFC issues film permits for all state properties, administers the state’s Film & TV Tax Credit Program, maintains an extensive location library, offers production assistance on a wide variety of issues, works with cities and counties to encourage filming and with a network of 40+ regional film offices to offer logistical assistance to filmmakers throughout the state. 

FilmL.A. is a private, not-for-profit community benefit organization and the official film office of the City and County of Los Angeles, among an ever-increasing roster of local municipalities. Providing streamlined permit processing, comprehensive community relations, marketing services, film policy analysis and more to these jurisdictions, FilmL.A. works to attract and retain film production in Greater Los Angeles.